Suzuki has announced pricing details for the new Suzuki Swift Sport and Suzuki Kizashi
14 December 2011

Suzuki has announced pricing details for the new Suzuki Swift Sport and their new four-wheel-drive saloon, the Kizashi.

The all-new Suzuki Swift Sport will be priced from £13,500. Powered by 136bhp, 1.6-litre VVT engine, the Sport can do 0-62mph in 8.7secs and go on to a top speed of 121mph.

Read our first drive review of the Suzuki Swift Sport

The new model has dropped five insurance groups over the previous Swift Sport and is now in group 18. It produces 10 per cent less emissions (147g/km, putting it in band F) and 44.1mpg (combined). Standard kit includes auto air conditioning, cruise control, Bluetooth connectivity, HID projector headlamps and rear privacy glass.

The new Suzuki Kizashi will be priced from £21,995 and comes with switchable two- and four-wheel drive and a CVT six-speed transmission. The 2.4-litre four-cylinder engine produces 176bhp at 6000rpm, which allows the Kizashi to get from 0-62 in 8.8secs and reach a top speed of 127mph while returning 34mpg and producing 191g/km (band J).

The Kizashi also gets a generous amount of kit as standard. All cars come with ESP, seven airbags, heated leather seats, electric front seats, electric sunroof, cruise control, 8-speaker stereo with USB and Bluetooth.

Both cars are available from January 2012, with the Kizashi having a limited introduction of 500 vehicles in the UK.

Tim Watson

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